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   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 9 :
3-1.9) Catch a ball thrown by a partner, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 9 :
5-1.9) Catch with correct form in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: Basketball Skills
URL: https://www.dynamicpeasap.com/lesson-plan?basketball-skills-----passing,-catching,-dribbling,-shooting
Description:

This resource is a lesson activity focusing on passing, catching, dribbling, and shooting with a basketball. This resource includes teaching tips to help students find success and an instructional video.

 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 10 :
K-1.10) Attempt to dribble a ball with one hand using consecutive contacts.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (1) 10 :
1-1.10) Dribble continuously in a stationary position, using the preferred hand.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (6) 4 :
6-1.4) Pass and receive in a stationary position, using hands and feet with proficiency.

Examples: passes in games of basketball, flag football, speedball, team handball, or soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (6) 6 :
6-1.6) Dribble with dominant and non-dominant hand, foot, or implement while changing speed and/or direction in a variety of tasks.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (6) 7 :
6-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a stationary environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 4 :
7-1.4) Pass and receive using hands and feet in combination with locomotor patterns, change of direction, and/or speed, with proficiency.

Examples: passing and receiving while moving in basketball, ultimate Frisbee, speedball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (7) 5 :
7-1.5) Perform a variety of offensive skills with defensive pressure.

Examples: pivots, fakes, give and go, jab steps, hitting to an open space

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (7) 6 :
7-1.6) Dribble with dominant and non-dominant hand, foot, or implement while changing speed and/or direction in a variety of tasks with defensive pressure.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (7) 7 :
7-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in a dynamic environment as appropriate to the activity.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 4 :
8-1.4) Pass and receive using an implement in combination with locomotor patterns, change of direction, speed and/or level, with proficiency.

Examples: lacrosse or hockey (floor, field, ice)

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (8) 5 :
8-1.5) Execute a variety of offensive skills during modified game play.

Examples: pivots, fakes, give and go, jab steps, hitting to an open space

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

[PE] (8) 6 :
8-1.6) Dribble with dominant and non-dominant hand, foot, or implement while changing speed and/or direction in modified game play.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use a larger ball or slightly deflated ball.

[PE] (8) 7 :
8-1.7) Shoot on a goal with accuracy and power in modified game play.

Examples: hockey (floor, field, ice), lacrosse, basketball, soccer

APE accommodation suggestions: Peer assistance; verbal cues; modeling

Subject: Physical Education (K - 8)
Title: Jr. NBA Basketball Curricula
URL: https://www.shapeamerica.org/publications/resources/nba/NBA_Basketball_Curriculum.aspx
Description:

In the Jr.NBA physical education curriculum, the focus is on building fundamental motor skills and providing opportunities to practice those skills in an encouraging, noncompetitive environment. The goal of the Jr.NBA Grades curriculum is for students to develop an extended base of fundamental motor skills through practice, while having fun.

This resource is broken down into K-2, 3-5, and 6-8 curricula. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (2 - 5)
Title: Rob the Nest
URL: https://primecoachingsport.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/robnest.jpg
Description:

This fun and engaging learning activity focuses on the skill of hand dribbling while moving. This game can be set up to be continuous or can be organized in a competitive manner. This activity also provides a progression modification that makes the activity more challenging. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (0) 11 :
K-1.11) Tap a ball forward, using inside of foot.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (0) 12 :
K-1.12) Attempt to pass and trap a slow-moving ball.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (0) 13 :
K-1.13) Kick a stationary ball, planting foot and making contact with shoelaces.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

[PE] (1) 11 :
1-1.11) Walk while tapping a ball, using alternating feet.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (1) 12 :
1-1.12) Pass and trap a moving ball in a static environment, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (2) 11 :
2-1.11) Dribble with alternating feet, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (2) 12 :
2-1.12) Pass and trap a ball with accuracy to a partner, using varying force and distance.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 11 :
3-1.11) Dribble with alternating feet, demonstrating control of ball and body at varying speeds.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 12 :
3-1.12) Pass and receive a ball with a stationary partner, using the outsides and insides of the feet to and absorbing force on reception before returning the pass.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (4) 11 :
4-1.11) Dribble with the feet in general space with control of ball and body in a dynamic setting.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 12 :
4-1.12) Pass and receive a ball with a moving partner, using both feet and demonstrating control of ball and body at varying speeds.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (4) 13 :
4-1.13) Demonstrate kicking skills using correct form with.

•   A ball at a target for accuracy from varying distances.

•   A dropped ball/ object, making contact with shoelaces.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

[PE] (5) 11 :
5-1.11) Apply foot dribbling in individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 12 :
5-1.12) Apply passing and receiving with either foot in partner and small group activities, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use larger ball, larger targets

[PE] (5) 13 :
5-1.13) Demonstrate correct form in kicking and punting in partner and small-group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Lightweight object could include larger and/or more colorful object/ball or object of contrasting colors: suspended tether ball

Subject: Physical Education (K - 5)
Title: OPEN Soccer Nation – Elementary School Physical Education
URL: https://openphysed.org/soccernation-k5
Description:

Challenge students to develop basic soccer skills and talk about why they enjoy being physically active!

This module was built to help students learn and practice soccer dribbling and passing in a virtual or in-person instructional setting. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 9 :
3-1.9) Catch a ball thrown by a partner, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 9 :
4-1.9) Catch a ball, thrown at varying levels and distances by a partner, with correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 9 :
5-1.9) Catch with correct form in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: Basketball Scramble!
URL: https://www.pecentral.org/LessonIdeas/ViewLesson.asp?ID=132868#.Xpn9CjdKg1I
Description:

To review various basketball and fitness skills by participating in a fun basketball warm-up. You can design this game based on your curriculum and your students' needs.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 4 :
3-1.4) Perform teacher- selected and developmentally appropriate dance steps, movement patterns, and rhythmic activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Slower music, poly spots and/or arrows on floor for direction, break the dance steps/movements down into small parts for additional review/practice, peer assistance.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 20 :
3-2.3) Demonstrate the concepts of speed, direction, and force with skills applicable to a wide variety of physical activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Verbal prompting; use directional poly spots.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 5)
Title: Cha Cha Slide Basketball Dance
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=eXit6MO5dcg&feature=emb_logo
Description:

This resource is a video by Phys.Ed.Review that students can follow to dance to the "Cha Cha Slide" using basketball skills. This dance utilizes dribbling with a basketball. 



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (2 - 5)
Title: Basketball Dribbling--QR Codes
URL: https://www.cbhpe.org/idea-tank/elementary-pe-idea-tank/basketball-dribbling-qr-codes-by-matthew-bassett
Description:

This is a great way to get kids to learn dribbling skills independently by using QR codes.

It's easy to install a QR Reader on any Chromebook using this link ScanQR.

Another suggestion, if you don't have time to print and cut the cards with the QR codes, is to just put the links into Google Classroom. You can have students view a specific Chromebook for each skill (where the correct gif is playing). Obviously, it is important to have the Chromebooks in an area separate from where the dribbling will occur to avoid damage.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (1) 10 :
1-1.10) Dribble continuously in a stationary position, using the preferred hand.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (2) 9 :
2-1.9) Catch a self-tossed or well-thrown object with hands, not trapping or cradling against the body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 9 :
4-1.9) Catch a ball, thrown at varying levels and distances by a partner, with correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (5) 9 :
5-1.9) Catch with correct form in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Decrease distance ball is tossed, rolled, or bounced; provide students the opportunity to catch an object using a bucket or basket. Good objects to use for catching: stuffed animal, beach ball, scarf, deflated ball, foam ball, fleece ball, balloon (be aware of latex allergies)

[PE] (5) 10 :
5-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands in dynamic individual, partner, and small group activities.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (1 - 5)
Title: Holistic Dual Performance Rubric for Ball Handling and Dribbling Skills
URL: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P-04-09-HandSkills-HolisticDualPerformanceRubric.pdf
Description:

This resource provides a Holistic Dual Performance Rubric for Ball Handling and Dribbling Skills. This checklist provides a one-page assessment for your class all in one place.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (2) 10 :
2-1.10) Dribble continuously in self-space and while traveling, with preferred hand, demonstrating correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (2 - 4)
Title: Coneheads
URL: https://www.mrwillpe.com/uploads/7/5/8/2/75820545/coneheads_3.pdf
Description:

This is a dribbling activity that focuses on students dribbling with their head up. Dribbling without looking at the ball shows mastery of the skill because students are in control of the ball. Also when students dribble with their head up, they have full court vision and can easily see open space or other players to pass to. Players who can dribble with their head up can also see where they are going and avoid defenders. 

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



   View Standards     Standard(s): [PE] (3) 10 :
3-1.10) Dribble and travel continuously in general space at varying speeds, demonstrating control of ball and body.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

[PE] (4) 10 :
4-1.10) Dribble continuously with both the preferred and the non-preferred hands, using correct form.

APE accommodation suggestions: Use large playground ball; drop and catch, alternating dribble with peer or tethered ball.

Subject: Physical Education (3 - 4)
Title: Basketball Relay
URL: https://www.teacher.org/lesson-plan/basketball-relay/
Description:

In this free lesson plan from Teacher.org, students participate in a basketball relay. During the lesson, students will practice teamwork, dribbling, and shooting a basketball. Assessment is based on following directions, participation, and observation.

This alignment results from the ALEX Health/PE COS Resource Alignment Summit.



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